Whether you’ve just started in a supervisory role or you’re an experienced manager, we are here to support you as you empower your staff. We’ve compiled resources to assist you with the recruitment/onboarding process, performance management and 360-degree feedback. For information on manager training, check the Growth Opportunities page.
The role of a manager is vital to the institution and can be the determining factor of whether an employee stays or leaves. Our goal of providing a consistent employee experience starts with a conversation. This conversation needs to be regular and meaningful throughout your employee’s career journey. In order to have these conversations, managers need to know the job responsibilities of each of their employees.
If you supervise AUPE employees, you and your employee need to be familiar with their Position Description Questionnaire (PDQ). If you supervise Admin/Excluded staff, you and your employee need to be familiar with their Job Profile. If you supervise Faculty, you need to be familiar with the role description of a Faculty member.
These documents provide detailed information about the role and review of these with your direct report is important.
These should be kept current. If you need a copy, please contact HR, as we may have the most recent version. We can also help in drafting a new one.
If you supervise AUPE employees, you are required to do a formal probationary review at either 6 or 12 months, depending on the position.
If you supervise Admin/Excluded employees, your formal probationary review will also take place at 6 or 12 months, depending on the position.
Lethbridge College has been and continues to be one of the top employers in the city and there’s a reason why people want to work here. The culture at Lethbridge College is positive and purposeful and the people are passionate about the work they do. Lethbridge College is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse environment for all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, and age.
Please see the Recruitment/onboarding page (in the OWL) for more details on the hiring process to ensure your employees’ success from their first steps on campus through their early stages of employment.
Help motivate and guide your employees in their planning process to develop their potential and reach their career goals.
- Employee self-appraisal
- Employee competency-based performance appraisal template
- Performance evaluation for probationary positions
- Performance evaluation form
- Performance management record template
- Lethbridge College Competencies Framework
- Expectations for review of performance record template
Launching across the college in Fall 2021, the SumTotal Performance Management system will help you manage your employee’s performance management record, competency profile and development plan.
The 360-degree assessment is a comprehensive feedback system that can be used to guide your professional development as a leader. This assessment is sent to various individuals to gather feedback on how you display the Lethbridge College core competencies. Please contact HR for more information.